All I Should Be & More
I’m madly in love with a wonderful woman
Who thank heaven chose to be my wife.
She gives me reason, purpose and desire
To be grateful day and night for my life.
I never tire of dreaming of next time
Her and I become as one, once more.
When we make love we’re blessed by heaven
With happiness, trust, fulfillment and visions of before.
Not a day slips by I fail to recall
Asleep or awake what she means to me.
She’s best of the best of God’s gift of life
As I struggle to become all I should be.
Many champions of God’s Divine Bible
Had someone who captivated their eye.
Before long they were so in involved
They were willing to risk everything or die.
My wife to me is God’s blessing of love
Even though I was forced to live without her too long.
I’m totally aware of what she does for me
As from my heart flow the words of this song.
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